[spectre] swiss 56k bastard web channel censors project

Perry Bard minx at bway.net
Thu Dec 2 13:32:41 CET 2004

This brings up an interesting question regarding art in the public 
realm. Is the internet a museum/gallery in which case anything goes or 
is it public space in which case there are generally controls for art 
projects.Even as cyberspace similar distinctions seem to apply.
Perry Bard

On Thursday, December 2, 2004, at 07:22  AM, geert wrote:

> the artist shulea chang asked me to fwd. this message. shulea made a 
> project for the new swiss 56k-bastard web
> channel that was censored. the 'milk project' was deemed too hardcore.
> 56k organizer reinhard storz got afraid and pushed shulea chang to
> produce a 'snow (soft) version' in order not to upset his funder, pro
> helvetia.
> the direct address to milk-soft is
> www.56k-bastard.tv/b_milk2
> and to milk-real
> www.xcult.org/milk
> http://www.56k-bastard.tv/b_milk2/warn.html
> the news is already out. see for instance:
> http://www.liberation.fr/page.php?Article=256973
> http://www.fluctuat.net/blog/article.php3?id_article=1232
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